Agriculture, livestock, cork tree, hunting
2,500 hectares of farm with agricultural, forestry, livestock and hunting uses.
Cork oaks, pine forests, acorn trees, are fed by the various streams that run through the farm to house a large amount of endemic fauna in the area. Partridges, wild boar, rabbits,…
The forest area consists mainly of large areas of cork oaks of medium-high size, and there are numerous specimens of great size exclusive to these latitudes. They are in a magnificent state of conservation since the extraction of the cork is maintained. Providing great incomes every nine years.
But, in addition to cork trees, it has represented other forest stands of pine, strawberry trees, junipers, gall oaks, wild olive trees and small spots of pine trees
The faunal wealth of the farm is also determined in large part by its geographical position highlights the presence of wild boar, ibex, mouflon, roe deer, fox, rabbit, partridge, and all those species typical of the Mediterranean forest in this zone.